At least in its current, extreme interpretation, the Williams Thesis is almost certainly false

A bogus narrative is obscuring history and diminishing our national pride

The Clapham Saints and their efforts to reform British manners have been unjustly and unwisely forgotten

As Americans gleefully melt down statues of Confederate leaders, they may soon discover that iconoclasm is no road to civic peace

A Cambridge college tried to remove his memorial plaque and the Church branded him a “slave trader” but, in fact, this royal retainer was a philanthropist

Some of those connected with the slave trade by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography have only the most tenuous of associations

Investigating the slave-owners of the Sahara, where more than 100,000 people were born into inherited captivity

If abolition was capitalist propaganda, what of corporate involvement in social justice?

Why the statue-smashers can’t tolerate civil society

Slavery should be reinstated so that it can be abolished by a queer woman of colour